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Hark from the Tomb – Let them Die

hark from the tomb – let them die

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Not a lot to tell you about the 2 individuals behind the Swedish Black Metal act Hark from the Tomb, but it seems both are sharing history within the Swedish Black Metal scene since the 90s.

With Hark from the Tomb they are both being loyal to the Swedish Black Metal scene, the one that combines the harshness of the style with melody. With “Let Them Die” you will hear musical ideas that you will also hear when listening to Grafvitnir, Naglfar, Watain and Valkyrja, yet with are more raw production concerning the ones of the last 3 bands.

“Let them Die” is a decent release without any flaws, yet with no outstanding tracks as well. (Ricardo)

Hark from the Tomb

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